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    The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural center of the city, the Cathedral Quarter. Although traditionally associated with art, the campus spans an increasing and exciting range of subjects, including architecture, hospitality, event management, photography, and digital animation.

    Our vibrant campus plays host to various fashion shows and art exhibitions and is an exciting place to study and work. It is also home to The Academy training restaurant.

    Our new Belfast campus – one of the most significant higher education capital, builds in Europe – is transforming higher education in the city, creating a dynamic teaching and learning environment. When complete, it will include an assortment of modern, state-of-the-art facilities for the full range of different learning, teaching, innovation, and research activities that our staff and students undertake.

    Alongside programs like art, architecture, and business, the academic provision will be significantly expanded, and this campus will, over the next few years, become home to a wide range of new courses which are currently delivered in Jordanstown, including disciplines as varied as law, computing, engineering, and social science among many others.
    We are one University with four distinct campuses across Northern Ireland - Belfast, Coleraine, Jordanstown, and Magee. Courses are also delivered at our branch campuses in London and Birmingham. With approximately 27,000 students across four campuses, Ulster University is uniquely placed to engage local communities, expand the knowledge-based economy, and contribute to the economic, social, and cultural development of Northern Ireland.
    While each campus differs in size and has its distinctive atmosphere, wherever you study or work with us, you will still experience Ulster's unique character. Over 93% of our graduates are in work or further study six months after graduation. We are a top UK university for providing courses with a period of work placement 2,000 students undertake work placement every year.

    We are a global university with over 1,000 international students from over 99 countries and 190,000 alumni worldwide. More than 4,000 students from over 50 countries have completed eLearning courses at Ulster University. We are a leading modern University ranked in the top 150 global institutions - The Times Higher Education 150 Under 50.
    Ulster University is one of the top five UK universities for widening participation in higher education and is first in Northern Ireland. Ulster is a leading university for sport in Ireland and the UK. We offer a wide variety of individual and team sports for fun or at a more competitive level. We provide a friendly and supportive learning environment to help you feel at home and make a smooth transition to university life.

    We invest significantly in our facilities to provide the best learning experience. Our £250 million Belfast campus redevelopment represents a new chapter for Ulster, providing a state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility in the heart of the city.

    We encourage everyone to be active and involved, whether you want to keep fit or to compete at the highest level. You don't have to be a professional athlete to benefit from our world-class facilities. Our Sports Union coordinates over 65 sports clubs across the campuses. You are sure to find something exciting, from archery to volleyball and lots more.
    If you are an athlete considering applying to any of our undergraduate courses, you may be eligible for formal recognition of your achievements. The Talented Athlete Entry Scheme supports aspiring athletes by reducing the entry points required for full-time undergraduate courses at Ulster.

    The Coleraine campus has an enviable location overlooking the River Bann, less than a mile to Coleraine, and only three miles from seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart. The Belfast to L'Derry train line runs past the campus entrance making it easily accessible. When you live here, you benefit from having the great outdoors right on your doorstep, including the river Bann, beautiful beaches, and the Giants Causeway plus lots of opportunities to socialize with some of Northern Irelands best bars, restaurants and clubs nearby.

    Coleraine campus offers you excellent teaching spaces, learning resource centers, computer suites, and with the Riverside Theatre and a new state of the art Sports Centre onsite, its a great place to live. Whatever your interests, there is something for everyone at the Coleraine Campus.

    Fulfill your potential with an undergraduate degree from Ulster University. Whatever your personal or professional ambitions, we have an exciting range of courses designed to prepare you for a successful future and a rewarding career.
    Experience first-class teaching, an inclusive learning environment, outstanding facilities and resources, and ongoing support to help you realize your goals. Many of our courses provide additional professional recognition or exemptions. A period of work placement or study abroad is available with most of our courses. This provides the opportunity for you to gain valuable real-world experience and to build contacts in the industry. An extensive range of support services is available to help you get ready for work and to find employment.

    Our award-winning Career Development Centre (CDC), located on each campus, offers friendly and impartial support with career planning, and provides advice on developing your employability skills. We provide a Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR) to all graduates - a detailed record of your academic and extra-curricular achievements to supplement the traditional degree award.

    The HEAR allows you to showcase your achievements to employers or postgraduate tutors and helps your development during your time in higher education. The Ulster EDGE Award provides official recognition and evidence of your relevant interests outside of University. It is awarded in addition to your degree. It gives you the opportunity to engage in a wide range of activities that boost your career prospects and show commitment to your personal development. The Career Development Centre offers career support to graduates up to 3 years post-graduation. Graduates can access 1-1 career consultations as well as access to our vacancy systems and events. Our library services are designed to enhance your learning experience and provide you with all the resources you need to succeed in your course.

    University of Ulster
    Founding year: 1984
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 0
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Provost: Professor Raffaella Folli
    Number of staff: 0
    Type: Universities

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    Address: Ulster University, York Street, Belfast Co. Antrim, BT15 1ED, United Kingdom



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